— Jane’s Due Process (@JanesDueProcess) September 7, 2018
On Friday, September 7, one Jane’s story reached the Senate Judiciary Committee thanks to Rochelle Garza, a Jane’s Due Process referral attorney who was invited to share with the senators how one of Judge Kavanaugh’s decisions impacted a 17-year-old asylum-seeker in immigration detention.
She spoke truth to power.
Read Rochelle’s full written testimony here.
You can follow our live tweets from the hearing here.
News coverage of Rochelle Garza’s testimony includes:
–Lawyer in Immigrant’s Abortion Case Says Kavanaugh Imposed ‘Unjustifiable’ Hurdle in The National Law Journal
–Supreme Court hearing: Kavanaugh voted to delay abortion for unauthorized immigrant teen in Texas in The Dallas Morning News
Want more background about the Jane Doe case? Read our blog post & press release about Kavanaugh’s ruling in the Jane Doe case in October 2017.
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